Fantastic Fest

Monday, September 15, 2008

Late film additions to the Fantastic Fest lineup!

Sure, we sent the festival guide to the printer, but for whatever reason, we just didn't stop working on getting more amazing films for you guys to watch.

Since the close of the printed guide, here are the late additions to the festival lineup:

Vinyan (dir. Fabrice du Welz, 2008, France)
Fabrice du Welz's follow up to the brutal Calvaire (Fantastic Fest official selection 2005) was one of the most wildly anticipated films in the genre fan community this year. The film just world-premiered at Venice and it's now heading to Austin for it's US Premiere. VINYAN is a controversial and harrowing journey into the spiritual darkness that envelops two grieving parents as they search Thailand and Burma against all hope for their son, whom they believe may have survived the giant Indian Ocean tsunami disaster.

YOUR NAME HERE (dir. Matthew Wilder, 2008, USA)
With actor Bill Pullman live in person!
A surreal fantasia -- part grindhouse mutant and part arthouse object -- that imagines a day in the summer of 1974 when America's greatest science-fiction writer, William J. Frick (inspired by the public life of Philip K. Dick and portrayed by Bill Pullman) wakes up to discover he is living inside his own paranoid science fiction.

Pulse 2 (dir. Joel Soisson, 2008, USA)
Jamie Bamber (Lee Adama from Battlestar Galactica!) plays Stephen, a survivor haunted by the ghosts of his past trying to find a safe haven for his daughter in a truly frightening world. In this post-apocalyptic sequel to PULSE, cities are deserted, technology has been destroyed and the few remaining human beings eschew anything electrical in order to avoid a confrontation with the soulless ghosts that now wander the planet.

Repo! The Genetic Opera (dir. Darren Bousman, 2008, USA)
No, this isn't a new title, but we've been so FLOODED with requests to see this film that the studio agreed to set up an extra screening for non-badgeholders at midnight on Friday for people who will be driving in from out of town to see it. Tickets are for sale now for non-badgeholders here.

Secret Screenings!
We've added Secret Screening B already at midnight on Wednesday, September 24. What isn't announced yet is 2 OTHER late festival secret screenings C and D! We expect those to fall into place in the next 24 hours, so check back soon! We've added a "Secret Screening" category to the drop down menu on the website for your convenience, so you can see them all.


The festival begins in a mere 4 days! We'll see you all very, very soon. In the meantime, make sure and sign up for your B-Side account so you can build your personal schedule with their very easy, intuitive scheduling tool. Share your B-Side
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7 Comments:

  • At 12:41 PM , Anonymous Slayer said...

    Damn You!!!
    DAMN YOU !!!

    Just when I thought I had my schedule figured out................

     
  • At 12:54 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    vinyan up against let the right one in is quite a kick in the balls, can't make the other screening so i guess it's on me though...

     
  • At 3:26 PM , Blogger 追放マーク said...

    Pulse 2?!?

     
  • At 6:20 PM , Anonymous Keithist said...

    Ha, exactly what SLAYER said,
    damn you. I'll be sacrificing
    J. Lynch's "Surveillance".
    Didn't want to do it, had to though.
    Thanks FF! O_~

     
  • At 2:23 PM , Anonymous Slayer said...

    Help/opinions wanted.
    I need to drop one of the following:
    Surveillance, Let the Right One In , or Vinyan...........

    any suggestions??

     
  • At 11:02 AM , Anonymous Jamie said...

    Any word on when C and D time and dates will be added to the B-side? Not having these until the last min is killing me trying to make my schedule. >.<

     
  • At 11:05 PM , Blogger samuraiyao said...

    What do you think my chances are for a second-half badge holder?? Would I be able to get in to one of these secret screening....

     

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